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Product images of A wife being sold at Smithfield Market, London
Product details A wife being sold at Smithfield Market, London
A wife being sold at Smithfield Market, London
A wife being sold at Smithfield Market, London, 1816. A woman stands with a rope round her neck, like an animal; Smithfield is a cattle market. A man - presumably her husband - holds the rope. Another man chucks her under the chin. People have assembled for the spectacle, and dogs and small boys enjoy the excitement. A publican stands outside his tavern in his apron to watch.
- Image ref: 1238190
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)